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A Perpetual Bridesmaid Gets the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Executives at Bayer Leverkusen, the longstanding...

U.S. Targets May Not Be on List in Possible Iran Attack, Officials Say

American intelligence analysts and officials said...

Computer Theorist Wins $1 Million Turing Award

Computers seem methodical, deliberate and utterly...

Europe

A Perpetual Bridesmaid Gets the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Executives at Bayer Leverkusen, the longstanding but habitually middleweight German soccer team, have been fielding the messages since at least February. Some were delivered in person, a quiet...

U.S. Targets May Not Be on List in Possible Iran Attack, Officials Say

American intelligence analysts and officials said on Friday that they expected Iran to...

Computer Theorist Wins $1 Million Turing Award

Computers seem methodical, deliberate and utterly predictable. But they can also behave in...

‘Climate-Controlled’ Sausage? Courts Crack Down on ‘Greenwashing’

A “climate-controlled” sausage. New trousers labeled “recycled.” A “sustainable” airline ticket.More and more,...

Iran’s Retaliation Likely to Be Limited, but Errors Could Lead to War, Experts Say

Israeli forces were on high alert on Friday in anticipation of a retaliatory...

A Perpetual Bridesmaid Gets the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Executives at Bayer Leverkusen, the longstanding but habitually middleweight German soccer team, have been fielding the messages since at least February. Some were...

Even Before the Olympics, a Victory Lap for a Fast-Moving French Mayor

The mayor grew up in a building so decrepit — filthy hallways, no private toilets, no showers — that his friends in nearby...

War or No War, Ukrainians Aren’t Giving Up Their Coffee

When Russian tanks first rolled into Ukraine more than two years ago, Artem Vradii was sure his business was bound to suffer.“Who would...

Friday Briefing – The New York Times

Fears of an Iranian strike drew a U.S. general to IsraelThe U.S. sent its top military commander for the Middle East to Israel...

Evan Stark, 82, Dies; Broadened Understanding of Domestic Violence

Evan Stark, who studied domestic violence with his wife and then pioneered a concept called “coercive control,” which describes the psychological and physical...

Julian Assange’s Family React to Biden Suggesting U.S. Might Drop Case

Five years after Julian Assange, theWikiLeaks founder, was first imprisoned in a high-security facility in Britain while fighting a United States extradition request,...

Ukraine’s Parliament Passes a Politically Fraught Mobilization Bill

After months of political wrangling, Ukrainian lawmakers on Thursday passed a mobilization law aimed at replenishing the nation’s exhausted and depleted fighting forces,...

Ukraine’s New Draft Unsettles the Young

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine probably changed the fates of thousands of Ukrainian men when he signed a law lowering the draft age...

Without More Aid, Ukraine Could Lose the War, U.S. General Says

The top American military commander in Europe warned on Wednesday that Ukraine could lose the war with Russia if the United States did...

Da Vinci’s Been Dead for 500 Years. Who Gets to Profit from His Work?

In the late 15th century, when the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci completed “Vitruvian Man” — one of his most famous drawings,...

Germany Rebuffs Claim Its Arms Sales to Israel Abet Genocide in Gaza

Germany on Tuesday defended itself against accusations that its arms sales to Israel were abetting genocide in Gaza, arguing at the International Court...

Champions League: Security Increased After ISIS Threats

Public safety officials in England, France and Spain said Tuesday that they would step up security for matches this week in the Champions...

Switzerland’s Climate Shortfalls Violate Rights, European Court Rules

Europe’s top human rights court said in a landmark ruling on Tuesday that the Swiss government had violated its citizens’ human rights by...

Israel’s Account of World Central Kitchen Strike Raises Wider Legal Questions, Experts Say

Israel’s account of its attack on a World Central Kitchen convoy raises significant legal questions even if the strike was the result of...

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